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Extempore Reprieve For Litigant In Person Appealing Strike-Out
The Supreme Court decision in Barton v Wright Hassall provided clarification on how litigants-in-person should be treated in the civil litigation process.
UK
4 Jul 2019
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Playing The Blame Game: Withdrawing Admissions Of Liability
In particular, it can be a very important tool for limiting claims spend where a claim that is originally presented within the fast track later becomes a larger loss claim once quantum evidence
UK
28 May 2019
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UAE Civil Procedure Code Reform
The UAE's Cabinet recently approved amendments to the Civil Procedure Code. In line with the UAE Vision 2021 and UAE Centennial Strategy 2071
United Arab Emirates
6 May 2019
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Key Updates Modernise UAE Civil Procedure
Civil procedure in the onshore UAE Courts has very recently been supplemented, and in certain key respects has been revised, by extensive Federal regulations signalling continued
UK
28 Mar 2019
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The Prague Rules
The Prague Rules expressly encourage the arbitral tribunal to assist the parties in reaching an amicable settlement.
Germany
28 Mar 2019
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The Epilogue In Churchill Falls: A Contract Is A Contract
This decision is sure to remain noteworthy in Quebec civil law as it sets out the law on unforeseeability and the scope of good faith ...
Canada
14 Jan 2019
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Whiplash Reform: MedCo Audit Fails To Give MROs A Clean Bill Of Health
The Civil Liability Act prevents offers to settle whiplash claims in RTAs without first obtaining a medical report from a MedCo accredited expert.
UK
9 Jan 2019
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Whiplash Claims After The Civil Liability Bill
This piece provides an overview of the upcoming reforms, and also an indication as to what issues will arise when the whiplash reforms are finally implemented.
UK
28 Nov 2018
9
Civil Liability Bill Passes: Royal Assent Expected Shortly
The Civil Liability Bill returned to the House of Lords yesterday after being passed by the House of Commons.
UK
26 Nov 2018
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Swiftness Does Not Mean ‘First Past The Post'
On 20 November 2018, the Full Court of the Federal Court upheld a decision to permanently stay two out of three open class actions against GetSwift Limited.
UK
23 Nov 2018
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Abuse Claims: Court Of Appeal Offers Limitation Guidance
The Court of Appeal has ruled that a judge should not have exercised his discretion under the Limitation Act 1980 when allowing a claim in relation to historic sexual abuse to proceed.
UK
1 Nov 2018
12
Civil Procedure: Does A Stay Apply To Service Of A Claim Form?
The Court of Appeal has ruled that, in a Part 8 claim where a stay of proceedings was imposed after issue of the claim form
UK
26 Oct 2018
13
Ongoing Arbitral Proceedings: The UAE's New Arbitration Law In Action (Or Not…)
The UAE's new Arbitration Law (Federal Law No. 6 of 2018) (the Arbitration Law) was issued on 3 May 2018 and came into force on 16 June 2018;
UK
26 Oct 2018
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UK
24 Oct 2018
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Some Uwen, Some You Lose
Where a doctor is referred to an interim orders tribunal by the General Medical Council, it is essential that they provide the panel with all relevant information to support their position.
UK
19 Oct 2018
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Disbursement Funding Loans: Something Of Interest?
A growing number of claimant solicitors are taking out disbursement funding loans and seeking to claim the interest of doing so from defendants.
UK
5 Oct 2018
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Scottish Government To Consider Financial Redress Scheme For Historic Abuse Cases
How should victims of historic abuse be compensated?
UK
17 Sep 2018
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Scotland: Court Of Session Confirms Competency Of Suing Discharged Executors
The Court of Session Opinion of Lord Clark in Mary Forbes & Ors v. Enos Mclean Jnr [2018] CSOH 88 was handed down this morning.
UK
10 Sep 2018
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Part 36 Offers - Hertel v Saunders
The claimants commenced proceedings against the defendants and the defendants subsequently made an offer, purportedly in accordance with Part 36, to settle a new claim which the claimants intended...
UK
31 Aug 2018
20
PRC Judicial Interpretation On The Application Of Time Limit Under General Provisions Of Civil Law
There was therefore uncertainty in the application of the time limit as well as the retrospective effect of the 3-year time limit, which led to the SPC's clarification.
China
22 Aug 2018
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